I have added captures of Tom in the Sleepy Hollow’s premiere episode of season 2 to the gallery.

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Out of bed, Sleepy Heads! It’s time to wake up and prepare for the return of our favorite Fox supernatural series, “Sleepy Hollow.” Season 2 will premiere on Monday, Sept. 22, and we can hardly hold onto our heads! But before “Sleepy Hollow” makes its spooky debut with episode 1, “Hellfire,” here’s 7 things you should know about the new season of the nail-biting show:

1. Season 2 Premiere Synopsis – The chilling drama will pick up with episode 1, “Hellfire.” According to the synopsis for the “Sleepy Hollow” Season 2 premiere, our protagonists will find a way to escape their current, unfortunate predicaments. Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison), who starts off Season 2 trapped in a box underground, and Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie), locked away in purgatory, will manage to free themselves. But once they do they’ll realize Katrina (Katia Winter) and Jenny (Lyndie Greenwood) are missing.

“The Two Witnesses have not abandoned their quest to fight tirelessly against Moloch and his minions. Meanwhile, Moloch’s malevolent forces use all the powers at their disposal in an attempt to locate a key — once belonging to founding father Benjamin Franklin — which is capable of unlocking the gates of Purgatory,” the summary teases. Sin-Eater Henry Parish (John Noble) will learn of a valuable artifact in “Hellfire.” But he won’t be the only one after the treasure. Ichabod has more motive than ever before to find they key first and will use the item to re-enter Purgatory in “order to fulfill a promise.’

2. The More The Merrier – Unlike Season 1, the sophomore installment will contain 18 episodes! Nervous that might drag out the storyline? Never fear. Executive producer mark Goffman explained to Entertainment Weekly that the same creative and production values, which fans previously enjoyed in Season 1, would continue.

“We look at this series as epic and every episode as needing to be epic,” Goffman said. “Every episode needs to be an adventure, and something mind blowing has to happen to our characters, with major revelations that move the story forward. We still approach it with that in mind. The more episodes you do, the harder that becomes, but I feel we are still at level where we can maintain that pace.”
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It’s no Ichabod and Abbie action figure two-pack, but it’ll more than do for us fans of the hit Fox series “Sleepy Hollow.”

Tom Mison, who plays a ridiculously badass version of Ichabod Crane on the televised saga, lends his cool English cadence to narrate a free audiobook of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” the Washington Irving classic that inspired the show. You can download the goods from Audible here.

Mison recounts the tale of the originally nebbish schoolmaster Ichabod, who pursues the hand of the beautiful Katrina Van Tassel only to find his own bony neck pursued by the Headless Horseman. And make no mistake, the decapitated boogeyman is just as terrifying in the original 1820 short story as he is in the contemporary TV series, even without the assault rifle.


I have added Entertainment Weekly scans (thanks to Claudia) and promotional posters and promotional shoot images from Sleepy Hollow season 2 to the gallery.

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Magazine Scans > Entertainment Weekly July 2014